The ‘Rogers: The Musical,’ which will be released on Disney+ next year, has revealed that the composer is re-imagining a previously-deleted scene from the film. It concerns the post-credits stinger for ‘Hawkeye’ and a crossover with Spider-Man. Read on to discover more about the scene.
‘Hawkeye’ post-credits scene
Marc Shaiman, the composer and co-lyricist of the Broadway adaptation, has responded to the backlash from the controversial Hawkeye post-credits scene, in which Laura Barton plays the role of SHIELD agent Laura Barton. In a recent interview with Inverse, Shaiman talked about the musical, its inspiration, and how it has changed his life.
The post-credits scene in Hawkeye, filmed after the character’s return to the universe, was actually inspired by a musical crime that Hawkeye solved in the comics. The scene, which was cut from the film’s final act, was actually an extra scene for the film, albeit a cut-down version.
The composer of ‘Rogers: The Musical,’ who has composed more than 30 Hollywood movies, reveals the deleted ‘Hawkeye’ finale scene. Although it was not the final scene in the original movie, the ending of the film disappointed fans and created speculation about future projects and characters. However, the composer revealed that the scene was not a snippet, but a full version of a song called Save the City.
The composer of ‘Rogers: The Musical,’ Marc Shaiman, has revealed the scene was meant to tease a future Marvel movie. He also reveals that the deleted scene was an entire musical number that had no real significance for the plot. Interestingly enough, Shaiman revealed that the song, “Save the City,” was originally written by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman.
‘Save the City’
The ‘Save the City’ scene from Rogers: The Musical is taking social media by storm. While the musical is not a full-length Broadway show, fans of the film are enjoying the show’s nod to the classic Marvel comics. Many people have posted clips of the song, and fans have even gone as far as posting whole scenes. Fans have also been calling for the musical to be adapted for television.
Marvel Studios often teases new movies and shows with post-credits scenes, and a new Avengers film did the same. The Hawkeye finale featured a full musical number from Rogers: The Musical. The composer of the show, Marc Shaiman, recently spoke to Inverse to talk about the show and the backlash it received from the Hawkeye post-credits scene. The musical was based on the Broadway play, and Shaiman talked about how the film was inspired by a popular musical.
‘Rogers: The Musical’ crossover with Spider-Man
‘Rogers: The Musical,’ a new Broadway show based on the Marvel Comics character, will feature a musical version of the character’s life. The musical has cast Broadway veterans like Aaron Nedrick and Avery Gillham as Tony Stark and the Avengers. Other cast members include Harris Turner as the Hulk and Meghan Manning as Black Widow. Also, a few Broadway newcomers are featured in the musical, including Nico DeJesus as Ant-Man and Tom Feeney as Captain America.
‘Rogers: The Musical,’ which has an extensive list of Marvel characters, has been in the works for a long time. Marvel Studios has been weaving Rogers: The Musical into the Phase 4 lore, as the Broadway number in Spider-Man: No Way Home was directed by Hawkeye executive producer Rhys Thomas. While it’s not entirely clear whether Rogers: The Musical will crossover with Spider-Man, it’s certainly worth the wait.